Alabama AD Greg Byrne Responds To Canceled Game Vs. USC
Casey Sapio-USA TODAY Sports
Unfortunately, Alabama will not be playing against USC in Week 1 of the college football season due to the PAC 12 announcing they will only be playing conference games. Crimson Tide AD Greg Byrne responded to the PAC 12’s decision which lead to the cancellation of USC game...
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“As I’ve said before, USC AD Mike Bohn and I had multiple conversations over the last several months, and we were both planning on playing the football game on September 5 in Arlington,” Byrne said, via AL.com. “With the Pac-12's decision to move to a conference-only schedule, we will do our best to adjust. What that looks like is to be determined.”
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Cancel the whole season and just give the trophy to LSU. ??
Reply29 days
How the F could his statement not contain the word: disappointed?
Reply29 days
Bama would’ve gang raped them AND given them da Rona
Reply29 days
Nobody cares about bama. They are a has been team now ......
Reply29 days
Call up TCU
Reply29 days
135k. 5 months.
Reply29 days
Lol @ the scared conferences not playing outside their sandboxes. This college football season is going to be a complete joke. Everyone should ignore all football outside of the SEC.
Reply29 days
I would have watched it. Also would have liked to watch OSU at Oregon. Fear of Covid is now the governing principle of life. Went from flatten the curve to hiding in caves.
Reply29 days
We did that, but the Gov's in some states had no guidance on how or when to proceed so they just opened everything back up with no real plan in place and this is what you get. No football.
29 days
CajunLiberal is either a troll account or else has a refreshingly honest TD user profile: Interests: Hating Freedom Occupation: Freedom Oppression Lol
29 days
Cajun+liberal ---- does not compute
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